Little known fact–I love Pizza Hut. Not as much as Papa Johns–they’re a client, so they are the MOST loved pizza in the Czar’s house–but Pizza Hut is very tasty as well.
So anyway Pizza Hut just got hit with a Mini-TCPA suit in Florida and that just disappoints me.
As with other Florida mini-TCPA suits we’ve covered, this suit against Pizza Hut relates to promotional text messages.
Plaintiff Javae Patton claims he never consented to receive offer texts from Pizza Hut and that he received a string of them starting July 9, 2021–just 8 days after the Mini TCPA went into effect.
Plaintiff contends Pizza Hut used a dialer that ” automatically selected and dialed Plaintiff’s and the Class members’ telephone numbers.”
The case seeks to represent a class of “[a]ll persons in Florida who, (1) were sent a telephonic sales call regarding Defendant’s goods and/or services, (2) using the same equipment or type of equipment utilized to call Plaintiff.”
Remains to be seen if claims have any merit.
The suit is available here: Pizza Hut Florida